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Thursday, September 6, 2012

It’s Time to Start Planning your Holiday Parties

Posted on Thu, Sep 6, 2012 at 10:15 AM

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With Halloween decorations already being displayed in stores, it won’t be long before the 2012 Holiday Season is upon us, bringing with it yuletide, cheer and the much awaited holiday parties. So if there is a particular venue that you have in mind for your holiday party or want to shop and compare the selection available, you need to get an early start. The most popular venues will be booking up before you know it. Having celebrated over 125 Holiday Seasons in Little Rock, The Villa Marre is the perfect place to share the holidays with your family, friends and co-workers. Call and check in for availability regarding your holiday event and until then, we will be decking the halls and trimming the trees in preparation for hosting you and yours. Got to www.thevillamarre.com for more information.

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